Longmont United Hospital proudly offers a wide variety of integrated therapies
including a wide range of services for patients living with cancer. The
integrated therapy team works with patients and their doctor to help relieve
cancer related symptoms.
What is Integrative Medicine?
The term integrative medicine may also be referred to as “complementary
therapy” or “alternative therapy”, but there is a difference!
Professionals who practice integrative medicine blend these techniques
with mainstream methods of treatment. Integrative medicine is not intended
to replace conventional treatment, but rather to be used together to help
promote wellness and relieve discomfort.
Below is a list of recommended services for those living with cancer. Click
here for descriptions.
- Associative awareness technique
- Breast massage therapy
- Healing Touch/Reiki
- Lymphedema therapy program
- Manual lymphatic drainage
- Nutrition Therapy Consultations